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CflfAITA, WEDNTSnAY. yoVKMRKn 20, 1911.
"US BOYS"Cyril Certainly Got Bawled Out, Didn't He?
By Tom McNamara
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FIRE BUG HAS BUSY NIGHT
Three Blazes Started Within Hour'i
Time in One Neighborhood.
VACANT EOUSE AND TWO BAEN8
Alarms Com Prom Vl"llty f
Twalr-foartk ad Charlr
ll1s Mvmarlal Nnvkat
la Dai4. .
Thr firea within the. same block airl
braaklnc out within an hoUri tlma et
each other lad firemen, pollea and resl
Jenta In'tha neighborhood of Twenty
third' ardi Twenty-fourth - and Charlna
atrta to brllava a band of flra but; wa
at work In tha vicinity Monday.
Tha ffrst alarm from tha Incendiary
flrra caipa from Twtaty-tiilrd and raul
treat, where a vacant house, the prop
erty pf the HorbHch eetata, wti burning.
On Invectlgatlnn tha f irenten found that
a Quantity of raa had been placed In a
cloaet of a front roo n and aet on flra.
Tha roof of tha houae, which recently
had bean moved onto tha alia, waa de
atroyed. Twa Hone a Bars.
Juat an hour tatar two homei wera
burned to death In a barn at the rear
of H. Roeenblatt'a home, 1231 Charlea
treet, and the flremca had acaroely ex-
tlnrulabad tha flame and returned to the
engine ' houeea when a blaie waa die
cbvered leaping from a barn at the rear
of the houee directly aoroae the atreet
from the Rosenblatt residence, Kere an
other horse, owned by M. C. MoManus, ft
painter and paper hamer, with a shop at
Twenty-fourth and Seward streets, waa
burned to death. .
Both ftree were pronounced to be In-
oenUlary, ,tbe flame . having started In
corners of the stable where hay and
rani had been piled. '.
By the Urn the third fire wa dis
covered the entire neighborhood waa out.
Famlltea were afraid to go to bed for fear
their bomea would be. nexL . . . .
Captain Dempsey detailed Officer Burn
to patrol tha vicinity during the night.
The home of J. Franklin Haas, lflOT
Tierce street. In tha rear of the Diet
Memorial Methodist church, of which he
Is ratir, was partly damaged by fire at
o'clock last night. The fir started
in tha kitchen of the parsonage and did
11,(00 d mages. The flame were confined
to the rear of the house. '
Led cere Mooted Oil,
Fifteen or twenty lotlgora In the house
at lit North Ninth street, known to the
police as "Crooked Stairway," bad bar
row escapes shortly after midnight when
the structure eaugbL fire' from, an over
Seated stove. The blaze had good bead
way before one of the lodger, an Italian,
awoke, nearly atrangled by smoke, and
rushed out Into the street firing a re
volver to give tha alarm. Tha uproar
that followed drew the police and Po
liceman .Ttvnowskl had a difficult tire
arousing some of the sleeper, who ap
peared to be in a dopey condition. The
firemen had difficulty In preventing the
spread of the biaie in the high wind.
The lodgers were of many nationalities,
mainly Oreeks, Indians and Byrl&na, The
Interior of the plaoe was entirely burned
Game with Nebraska
MADISON. Neb.. Nov, 2,-peclal Telegram-)
According to one of tTie mem
bers of the athletic' council of the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, every effort' will
bo made to include the t'ntverklty of Ne
braska on the 1K1S acnedule of the
Madgera aa soon as the problem of next
year's opponents for Coach Richards' men
comes up. Inasmuch as Nebraska he
demonstrated It superiority over the
other elevene In the Missouri valley and
held Michigan to a tie. It is believed that
a game with the Corohusker would be
one of the biggest drawing cards on the
schedule and an effort will be mad to
get the game, in order to play In Mil
waukee. The Cream City alumni have hemended
a game for that city for several year,
and it Is the Intention of the department
. to give them one of the "big" games in
The fact that "Jumbo" Btlehm. former
Cadger atar, is coaching Nebraska has
given the movement for game con
siderable weight and the department d
milled tonight that it was pot an Im
, probability. i
York Leads State
League in Attendance
OR AND I ELAND, Neb., Nov. .-8p-
rll 'Jhe state league officials today
gave out the attendance record of last
ttr as follows:
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l.'ana lelaiid lt ,W
riiiint ,,, .....li.Ws
t uluiubUS 1 W
ttuperloi , ,'.1.
A cooipiu-ed with a year ago. Grand
i-lund fell fruin flint to third place.
While receipt of the fourth of July
doubleheader were pooled the attendance
Is irtdited to the cltiea In which games
wcrt l,lael, liieie Iwtng UaaMngs, Ksar
', ci4 aiwl i rcuiuot.
Jvl All A UUSOF!
fV JA-OOS OT CYTtL.
Elected Captain of
Chris Bonderson, Urn big right tackle of
tha Bellevue eleven, was elected captain
of the 11)12 tram by a unanimous rote of
the members of the learn In its meeting
Monday arternoon. General satisfaction
la expressed at the choice. Bonderson
haa played on tha Bellevue varsity- line
for three seasons, ami always aiade a
Ktrong showing; but hi work during the
past season haa been of the stellar .order,
lie he by far outplayed all opponent
he ha 'met In' Nebraska, and his strong
defense and great Una plunging place
him certainly In tine for the right tackle
position on any all-Nebraska team that
will be picked up. this fall. Cnrtl, left
tackle, aleo haa played rings around his
opponent this seaadn.'' These two melt
have been pronounced by coachee all over
the state to be the greatest, pair, of
tucklea seen on a Nebraska college team
in ycais. Fred I'aulsen, the retiring cap
tain, played ft. series of brilliant games
thla season, and will not be . overlooked
In choosing the all-Nebraska lineup. He
la an end, big, speedy, and a terrlflo
tackier, Coach McCoy says of Paulsen,
"lie could make good In a week on any
team In Nebraska, the unlvcrrtty hot ex
Qotch Willing to
Meet Alec Munro
KANSAS CITY. Nov, IS.-Frank Qotch
ha offered to meet Aleo Munro, the King
llh wrestler. In Covington hall, Kansas
City, and th officios or the Missouri
Athletle lub' thla Vctet neon cabled the
Englishman an offer for a match on De
cember m, winner to receive ft per cent
of the purse money.
Got oh, in a letter today, offered to meet
Munro at any time before Jenuary t, be
fore he start on hi trip to Kurope,-
"I expect to Wave about January 10,'.'
notch, wroto, "t will Insist that the
winner munt reoelve 7S per cent of the
pu-e. Munro has Indicated that he can
eommand backing for a good aide bet, and
I-will, hold lilm to that also.' I won't
meet Munro In England. If he wants his
match ha muet com to America. I would
prefer to have the match the lest week
In December. If thl match I arranged
it will be my last championship bout for
a year and perhapa forever. I will en
gage, only In exhibition matches while
Following the receipt of the letter offi
cials the;club cabled Munro the offer,
fixing the date for December 2S. In a re
cent letter Munro stated that be would
pay hi own expense to com to America
for a match with Ootch and that the lat
ter might name the term.
HAWLEY RE-ELECTED COACH
Dartaeoath Maat Will liars Charge
of lexer Varsity Team for
Aaothrr Year. ' '
IOWA ClTt. la., Nov. SS.-lBpeclal
Telegram.) Jeeae Hawley of Dartmouth,
waa re-elected coadit of Iowa foot ball
team for the aeason of 1811 today.
Dais Colleao Wlss,
IIIaAIR. Neb.. Nov. 28. (Special. Last
nlaht In a fast same nf basket ball tha
Council Bluffs Young Men's Christian as
sociation were completely played off
ineir reel oy ine Liana college live, meet
Ing defeat by the score of 3 to 4. The
lounctl muffs team made a Dluckv uo
hill fight, but were completely outclassed
by the collegian' team work. For the
locals T. Lund and Melsen aa forwards
played a girat game, both making clever
ana difficult shots for aoals. lie Vol
waa the parttoulaily bright star fr th
.uniora, and his brilliant work was met
Mtn applause by tha spectators. A re
turn game will be Played at Cuunoll
cuuif on jJecember l.
York Play North Platte.
YOKK. Neb.. Nov. XS -Dedal. k-On
ThankxMlvIng day York's lllsh school foot
tall team wilt meet the tram from the
North 'I'latte Utah school in tins cltv.
North Plstte defeated the York team here
last Thenkaglvlng, to 0. and the York
team will endeavor to win the game thia
oldlera Waal m Uasae.
The Fort Omaha foot ball team Is with
out a game fur Thankaglvlug afternoon
ana wouia cue a corneal at Home Tele
phone J. b. Tompkins, Webster Wit
Mrs. Vermilya Will
. Not Live to Be Tried
on Murder Charge
CH1CAOO. Nov. Si-Mrs. Louise Ver
milya. charged with having polaoaed
Policeman Arthur Blseunette and sus
pected of other deaths, is reported to be
eo III that It la unlikely she ever will be
brought to trial fine spent a aleepUss
night at the county Jail hospital, although
stoutly asserting It waa not because of
yesterday' verdict by which she waa
held to the grand Jury by a i coroner's
Jail Physician llogan said her condi
tion waa much more serious than had
been supposed and that the abscess on
her aptne caused by arse-nla poisoning
might prove fatal.
The charge of murder against Mrs.
Vermilya in the court wa nun-suited by
state's Attorney Waynian In view of the
coroner a Jury' actio
Meets Omaha Uni on Turkey Day
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, HASTINGS COLT.RflB TKAM, WHKTt A9 MADE A"MOST REMARKABLE RECOltd ON THE GRIDIRON
'FALL, WILL PIaAY TllK OMAHA UNIVERSITY TEAM AT HASTINU8 THURSDAY.
is Delayed by Snow
Storm Near Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov. 2S.-Chlcago today
housed the governors of a chain of states
extending from Illinois to the Paolflc
ooast, with the arrival from Minneapolis
and bt. I'aul of the "governors' special"
on the' first leg of its 4,000-mlle trip, un
dertaken to exploit In eastern cities the
agricultural, commercial and mining ad
vantages of the northwest.
The special train was caught In a snow
storm west of Aurora and- was delayed
for nearly an hour. They left Aurora fur
here shortly after 10 o'clock.
"llefoe we end our trip many a Jobless
man now shivering In the streets of New
York, Philadelphia or Washington will
be listening to the rail of the west and
many an eastern merchant will be on
more Intimate terms with the great coun
try northwest of the Mississippi," said
one governor In explaining the purpose
of the mlsxlun. .''Ive carloads of the
products of the valoua slates are to be
At the station here the governors and
their party, accompanied by C. B. Brown,
director of the Panama-Pacific exposi
tion, who represents the governor of Cal
ifornia, were met by a committee of the
Chicago Association .of Commerce.
Oregon. Washington. Idaho, Wyoming.
Colorado, North and South Dakota. Min
nesota and 'Illinois' were represented by
governors or other stste officials.
Soon after then- arrival they were taken
to see the carloads of potatoes, pumpkins,
applea and other products of the soil on
exhibition at Chicago's annual land show.
Tonight the governors are to attend a
bsnqu'ct and an hour after midnight they
will leave for Kalemaaoo, Mich, tiolng by
way t.f Detroit. Toledo, Cleveland and
Buffalo, they are to go. through New
York state and after dotourlng to Wash
ington. Philadelphia and liultlmore, they
are to arrive In New York City December
11. The toiir will end in St. Paul De
TIMMONS DESIGNATED AS
TAFT'S CHIEF NAVAL AIDE
WASHINGTON. Nov. SS -IJeutenaM
Juhn W, Tlmmons. IT. S. N.. was desig
ns trd today aa chltif naval a.de to Prexi
dent Taft, euoreeUing L.eutt-nunt Com
mander Lrlah C. i'almer. whuia r.-nt
promotion relieved dim from duty at the
v hue llouaa. Ijeute.iant Tlmiuona U t
son-in-law of former Vic Prc-sldunt Fair
banks. At present he Is stationed In the
ordnance ofclo In the Navy department
EX-DMAHA GOLF EXPERT
IS MARRIED IN MILWAUKEE
MILWAPKEE, Wis., Nov. .8peclal
Telegram.-Robert 8. Simpson, western
opn golf champion, who wun the title
the fust time when golfing expert at the
Onvaha Country club, was married today
to hiss i-arinie meituocK. aiiom he met
when playing iu Milwaukee, where his
brother is professional.
The honeymoon a 111 be spent in the
south, where both will try to win the
southern title also.
Key to the Situation lee Waut Ada.
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Money Held for
Who Broke Jail
SPARTA, Wis., Nov. 8.-Four hundred
dollars is awaiting Jim Radley, accused
burglar, and the Monroe county board
w lis hta he wcnld turn up and claim It.
To do to, however, he would subject
hlmxelf to a tisk of a twenty-year term
In the state penitentiary and might not
get the cash after all, so thut there Is
doubt of Mil appearing.
The money, which waa taken from
Radley on his arrest and. placed In a
ufuty dupoult vault, has now been lying
In the bank four years.
nadley, who was charged with robbing
the t'ank of. Warren, escaped before the
The money taken from him, supposed
to be part of the spoils of the burglary, is
deposited in the same bank which was
robbed, but as Radley waa never convic
ted the bank cannot claim the money
a Its own. Title cannot be awarded to
the bank unless Radley shows up and is
Sharp Slump in ,
Price of Turkeys
in Windy City
CHICAGO. Nov. 2S.-Wlth Thanksgiving
dinner yet forty -Ufht hours distant, the
wholessle jprlce of live turkeys today
dropi od JO ceals a pound, to '.IS cents
For (trenail turkeys the coat fell to half
the forms prlcje asked. J
Plentiful supplies on hand was the ex
plauatlon. There was a good crop of the
birds thla year and receipt for the lust
few days have bei heavy. ...
LLOYD LAPS LEY WANTED
BY KANSAS CITY POLICE
BEATRICE. '! Neb.. Nov.' 28. (Ppeclal
Telegram.) Lloyd F. Lapaley, In Jail here
awaiting trial in the UUtrlct court on the
charge of uttering and parsing a forged
check on tha First National bank of tbls
city, amounting to VM. hi wanted at Kan.
pas City on the charge of obtaining $10J
by false pretenses Sheiiff Schick re
ceived a message thl evening from the
chief of police ft Kahboa City ordering
him to hold 1-apsley in case he an ac
quitted Of the forscry. charge hero.
Lapaley and his bride were ariefted In
Texas about two months ago, while they
were on their we-kltng tiip, en route to
YORK. Neb.., Nov. IX-Charles Lagonl
of IJncoln and MUs May Taylor of Krad
shaw wer united In marriage by Judge
Wray Monday afternoon.
Block Harned at Orvuaao, Sllc-h.
OWOSSO. Mich., Nov, JS.-Flre. believed
to have started from spontaneous com
bustion, today practically destroyed the
Pearce block and wrecked the adjoining
business building known as the Wesiner
block. The loss Is estimated at fLVVO
The buildings were both three-story bitrk
structures end the losses are fairly well
otverd by iusuiauu'
: With Six Murders
Laughs at Off icers
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 28. Arrested
and accused of the murder of six per
sons, then confronted with her blood
soaked clothing that had been found near
the crme scene, Clementine Barnabel, a
yoang ncgreas, lauched at the police to
day refusing to admit any part In the
murders. Her brother and two young
negroes have been arrested with Clemen
tine as material witnesses.
Late yesterday the family of Norbert
Randall, Inoludlng . six persons, were
found In bed. their bodies horribly hacked.
It Is believed they were murdered Satur
day night as they, slept. They wero
negroes. ... '
TONIGHT ANp BALANCE OF THIS WEEK.
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WHAT THE OMAHA CRITICS SAID:
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Regular Prices, 25o to 51.50.
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Omaha vs. Chicago
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General Admission - - 75 Cents
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ALDEN WANTS SQUARE DEAL
Agent of University of Omaha Talks
to the' Omaha Woman's Clab.
i PATHIOTISM THE THING NEEDED
llelievrs In Women Having; night to
Vote and Says They Can't Slake
Things Worse Than They
"When w demand a much of a square
deal from our politicians as we demand
from our police, and liremen, then we
will get a square deal all 'round," said
Charles A. Alden, financial agent of
the University of Umaba in an address
on "Modern Patriot. sm," before the
Woman club yesteiay. .
Mr. Alden declared that the fight is
on In American cities with human greed
on one side and hAiman brotherhood on
the other; that gre3 is groggy and up
attains t the ropes and yearning for the
signal for another round and that by
and by the time will come for the knock
He aaid that the same spirit of patriot
Ism la needed now aa in the early days
of young America i and named as the
two fundamental principles pf good
cltlxenship, knowledge . of the truth and
the neighbor heart. .
And Saw it la the Grafter.
"When we have a strike or lockout,
we appoint a committee to Investigate
and find the truth; wren there is an
epidemic of disease, we investigate lor
the cause; when we have an' epidemic
of political corrupt. on, we need the
strong and honest Judge, the' state's at
torney, the unfixed Jury. But the work
la only begun when we have the grafter.
It 1 not the man 6r the system which
made hlni that la responsible. The
responsibility rests orr all' of us."
Mr. Alden scored the rrten and women
who refuse to- exercise their abilities In
the intgrefcts of good government; who
don't want to bother with it and are
willing to rest In the thought that there
1 always somebody, who will do the
work of governing.
"There are always some persona to
do the work of governing the city, but
they will not do it the way you want it
dune. When each one comes to realise
that running the city la his Job, then
things Will begin to be righted," con
tinued Mr. Alden. "When the people
awake to the truth of Individual re
sponsibility, they will rise and put down
the tryanny of corruption In thla fair
Mr. Alden aaid that along with the
neighbor heart goea the principle of the
aquare deal. He said that In assigning
civic delinquency people have, begun at
the wrong end; that they have begun
with the minor officials and should be
gin with tha men higher up.
"Bad government is the biggest lia
bility of any community, a good, clean,
au4 IScaton'a. Take Ho. OntaJia Cars.
sTeve, 1 ,
economic government Is the (ilggeat ass
.Mr. Allen said:
"Women xhould have the rleht of tho
franchise and I hope they get It. When
they exerclao It, I think they cannot
nofglblv make things any worse than
the men have made them."
WITH BLUFFS IS OFF
The crose-country run between Omaha
High and Council Bluffs High achool,
which waa to be held as a preliminary to
the Wendell Phillips Thanksgiving game.
has been called off by the athletic di
rectors at the two school. i
The run wss cancelled because four of
tho Council Bluffs squad, Robinson, Hub
bard, Whitman and Qiles, are all mem
bers of the foot ball team and could not
take part id It, as the Bluffs eleven plays
Temple High of Lincoln at Council Bluffs
Wrest II a or Matches Scheduled.
IOWA CITY. Ia Nov. 28 (Special.)
Iowa university haa scheduled wrestling
matches with teams from the University
of Nebraska, the matches to take place
during the last week of January. O Con
nor hns been elected president of the
Iowa Wrestling club which . organised
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